Dynamic Content in Future Internet Opportunities Grad Course

Evaluating Media Richness in Organizational Learning

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Abstract

The Colibri project partners started out in 2014 to make an Erasmus+ strategic partnership project titled “Collaboration and Innovation for Better, Personalized and IT-Supported Teaching” (Colibri) (http://www.tuhh.de/colibri/home.html). The overall idea is to implement new and innovative teaching methods with students from different universities for needs and challenges faced in higher education in general and within the combination of the ICT domain and entrepreneurship in particular. Erasmus+ funds the Colibri project. A course is developed between seven universities, based on a variety of rich and digital content: Videos, quizzes, articles to read, assignments, etc. In addition to making it all available on online platforms, we are also experimenting with making it available offline as e-books. This has several advantages, e.g. it can be accessed offline, and it is not depending on platforms that can host it. Another interesting potential of e-books is that they can be generated to suit the needs of the individual learner.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationEvaluating Media Richness in Organizational Learning
Number of pages16
PublisherIGI global
Publication dateAug 2017
ISBN (Print)9781522529569
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Publication statusPublished - Aug 2017

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Dynamic Content in Future Internet Opportunities Grad Course : Evaluating Media Richness in Organizational Learning. / Frick, Jan; Pedersen, Jens Myrup.

Evaluating Media Richness in Organizational Learning. IGI global, 2017.

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